Our Mission

If you are not familiar with our Organization and your first contact with us is online: We would be pleased to hear from you! Please let us know what your needs and questions are, we will be more than happy to help.

To assist and encourage the Native in his advancement from his Native state to his place among the cultivated areas of the world; to oppose, to discourage, and to overcome the narrow injustices of race prejudices; to commemorate the fine qualities of the Native race of North America and to preserve their story, lore, art and virtues; to cultivate the morality, education, commerce and civil government of Alaska to improve individual and municipal health and laboring conditions; and to create a true respect in Natives and other persons with whom they deal for the letter and spirit of declaration of independence and the Constitution and Laws of the United States.


What We have Accomplished in the Past

 

Alaska Native Brotherhood and the Alaska Native Sisterhood have an astounding list of accomplishments directly attributed to the ANB/ANS and beneficial to all 

1. Natives Gained recognition of Native rights as citizens

2. Won the right of Natives to vote

3. Integrated public school

4. Extended Worker’s Compensation Laws to cover all

5. Included Natives in Aid-To-Dependent Children

6. Secured direct relief for elderly Natives

7. Brought the IRA to Alaska

8. Brought hospitals for Natives to Alaska which are no under U.S. Indian Health Service

9. Helped champion the first Natives to be elected to the Territorial Legislature

10. Initiated Tlingit and Haida Land Claims suit which legitimized Native claims in Alaska and paved the way for ANCSA

11. Influenced the passage of Territorial Equal Rights law

12. Instrumental in admitting Natives to Pioneer Homes

13. Initiated passage of Alaska State EEO law

14. Instrumental in amending State School Districts EEO Law to include Race to promote hiring Native Teachers

 

15. Instrumental in the passage of the Alaska Subsistence Law and in the development of the regulations 

2012 Camp Constitution and Bylaws

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501c(10) Acceptance Letter
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Camp 14 Constitution and Bylaws
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Camp 14 Manual of Ceremonies
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FAQ document
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Grand Camp Letter of Determination
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